Battling Depression (and winning!)

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"INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/anneem83

Hey guys! Long time no see, right?! I've really been wanting to make this video and get back into the swing of things for months, but I simply couldn't. I've been away to heal with my family and friends and have been doing amazing. I really missed you guys and the joy I get from sharing a piece of my world with you all.

First off, I would not still be here if it wasnt for my husband who saved my life and is my rock. I want to stress that this wasn't a ""Hey, woe is me, I need help."" video. I've received amazing treatment, including therapy and medication and am feeling better than I have in a very long time. This is just a way for me to in a sense let it go. A miscarriage on top of many other factors contributed to what happened earlier this year. Talking about it is still hard for me, but it's important for me to do because I was taught to keep my feelings to myself and deal Trust me, if I wasn't somewhat over the worst of it, there is no way I would open myself up to the criticism and speculations of da innanets with such a sensitive matter. belee dat.

Being open and honest releases me from that shame and silence and what better way to do that than by hopefully helping someone else in the same situation, or letting others not to feel as alone as I did. Looking forward to a better me, and awesome beginnings.

In times of depression, people can take drastic measures. Remember you are loved, things will get better, and dont end your story before the chapter is over!!
Here is a basic list of resources/hotlines that you can call if you are feeling suicidal, or are worried about someone who is.

United States: 1-800-784-2433 (1-800-SUICIDE)

United States (en Espanol): 1-800-SUICIDA

United States-veterans 1-800-273-8255, Veterans Press 1

Europe Wide: 116 123 (free from any number)

Australia: 13 11 14

Belgium: 02 649 95 55

Brasil: 141

Canada: Numbers vary by region.

Deutschland: 0800 1110 111

Denmark: 70 20 12 01, www.livslinien.dk or Skrivdet.dk

France: 01 40 09 15 22

Greece: 1018 or 801 801 99 99

Iceland: 1717

India: 91-44-2464005 0 or 022-27546669

Ireland: ROI - local rate: 1850 60 90 90 ROI - minicom: 1850 60 90 91

Israel: 1201

Italia: 800 86 00 22

Malta: 179

Japan 03-3264-4343

Netherlands: 0900 1130113

New Zealand: 0800 543 354

Nippon: 3 5286 9090

Norway: 815 33 300

Osterreich: 116 123

Serbia: 0800 300 303 or 021 6623 393; Online chat: http://www.centarsrce.org/index.php/k...

South Africa: LifeLine 0861 322 322; Suicide Crisis Line 0800 567 567

Sverige: 020 22 00 60

Switzerland: 143

UK: 08457 90 90 90 or text 07725909090 or email jo@samaritans.org

Uruguay: 7pm to 11 pm – Landlines 0800 84 83 (FREE) 2400 84 83 24/7 – Cell phone lines 095 738 483 *8483"
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